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New Jersey Family Law Firm: Military Divorces – What Makes Them Different?

Military families have special challenges and situations that are unique to them. And when those families break up, it is important that they have lawyers who understand those challenges and how they impact divorce. These are some issues that are particular to military divorces:

  1. Custody and parenting time during deployment or far away assignments.
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What role and responsibilities does the Court-Appointed Guardian ad Litem have in my case?

Husbands and wives are not the only people affected by a divorce; children are also affected. The State of New Jersey recognizes that children also have the right to be represented. In certain circumstances, it may be appropriate to make an application for counsel for a child or a guardian ad litem.

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My Spouse and I Entered Into an Agreement During the Marriage and Now We’re Getting Divorced, Can Our Agreement Be Enforced?

It is not uncommon for people to enter into agreements that address the resolution of their financial affairs and assets while they are still dedicated to their relationship. Prenuptial agreements are entered into before a couple gets married. Postnuptial agreements are entered into after a couple has married. Further, there are actually two types of postnuptial agreements: mid-marriage agreements and end-of-marriage agreements.

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Can I Stop My Ex from Repeatedly Taking Me Back to Court?

As family law attorneys, we have all unfortunately dealt with the scenario of the adversary filing motion after motion to seek the same relief to which they were previously denied. The question becomes, is there a way to stop this harassing motion practice?

The court must carefully review materials submitted to avoid harassing litigation.

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